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State of Decay 2 Has Crossed Two Million Players

Undead Lab’s zombie survival title has been out for less than two weeks but it’s already performing very well. While we previously learned it had crossed a million players, today, Xbox Wire has confirmed that State of Decay 2 has crossed two million players.

Aaron Greenberg, Head of Marketing for Xbox, talked about how State of Decay 2 has crossed two million players: 
It has been incredible to see fans around the world supporting State of Decay 2 and we are excited to share that we have reached more than 2 million players in less than two weeks since our global launch on May 22.  On behalf of the team here and our incredibly talented partners at Undead Labs, we want to thank the millions of fans old and new who have helped build such a strong community of players united in the fight for survival.
He also addressed the team’s ongoing work to fix any bugs or performance issues: 
The entire team has been working hard to bring all 2 million players lots of key fixes, gameplay tune-ups, and quality of life improvements with our latest game patch released last Friday. We are always listening to our fans to improve the game experience, and we will continue to bring updates and additional content as you explore all that State of Decay 2 has to offer.
State of Decay 2 has come a long way so far, with a very comprehensive patch released recently that addressed a ton of issues. For full details on the patch notes, you can check here. It’s great to see the game enjoying this kind of success. Hopefully we’ll continue to see support and new content for many months to come.
Samuel Tolbert
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